These Yoga Affirmation cards are for learning simple yoga poses and to practice being mindful while saying each positive "I am" statement.
The yoga cards have instructions on the back of how to do the poses and have a description of what it means or how it might relate to the matching yoga pose.
Match each yoga pose to its affirmation by finding the same coloured border.
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